Fathers' rights protester stages rally on roof of British minister's home
Published on Aug 20, 2014 9:25 AM
LONDON (AFP) - A protester scaled the home of the British justice minister and set up camp on the roof to demand greater rights for fathers on Tuesday, an activist group said.
Photos showed a tent on top of a house and a protester hanging a banner reading "No rights? Go MAD".
"He has set up camp on top of the roof and has enough supplies to last several days," the group New Fathers 4 Justice said in a statement.
A spokesman for Justice Minister Chris Grayling said the ongoing incident was a matter for the police. Police were not immediately available for comment.
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